mōna, m/f.n: the moon. (MO-na / ˈmoː-na)

Christine de Pizan and the Sibyl standing in a sphere of the cosmos, with the moon, sun and stars surrounding them, from Le chemin de long estude. France (Paris), c.1410-c.1414. British Library, Harley MS 4431, f. 189v. [blogs.bl.uk]

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